FX Industry Week Review: CySEC forex broker license, Formax Prime launch, FXDD-IronFX merger off, and lots more…
Which FX broker is the latest to get a CySEC CIF license?
Which China-backed, FCA-licensed ECN broker launched in London?
Why was the FXDD-IronFX merger called off?
What major change did Plus500 Ltd (LON:PLUS) make to its Affiliate program?
Answers to these questions and more appeared exclusively or first at LeapRate this week. Some of our most popular, shared and commented-on posts this week at LeapRate included:
Exclusive: Plus500 removes Revshare payments from its Affiliates program. LeapRate Exclusive… LeapRate has learned that leading online FX and CFD broker Plus500 has decided to halt its Revshare payments with affiliates in its 500Affiliates.com program, moving instead to an all-CPA (cost-per-acquisition) model. When does the change take effect? And, why is Plus500 going all-CPA? Get all the details, exclusively now at LeapRate.
Exclusive: Formax Prime launches as new Forex ECN brokerage service. LeapRate Exclusive… LeapRate has learned that the FCA regulated arm of China based online brokerage group Formax Group has gone live with a new website and FX-ECN brokerage service under the moniker Formax Prime, at forexprime.co.uk. Who is behind Formax Group? What are the company’s plans for the new FCA licensed operation? Get all the details including our exclusive conversation with Formax’s David Rapp, now at LeapRate.
Exclusive: Nukkleus, FXDD and IronFX call off planned merger. LeapRate Exclusive… LeapRate has learned via regulatory filings that the long-planned merger of publicly traded Nukkleus Inc and related Retail FX broker FXDD with rival broker IronFX has been called off. How was the partially-completed transaction unwound? And why was it called off? Get all the details, exclusively now at LeapRate.